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I really enjoyed the section on jealousy. The section on fear was shorter and weaker than the other two sections; it felt only partially developed. One of the final chapters of the book on transformation was nothing more than a redux. His active meditation ideas in the back were different, but none were compelling enough to make me want to try them.
A great number of them involve physical motion which is difficult at this time for me, but it may be perfect for others who have difficulty with sitting still and meditating.
Most frustrating for me was the section on anger. He believes anger requires two people, yet that fails to explain why we can have anger at ourselves. Either Osho is not a naturally angry person or anger does not work the same in men as it does in woman. I can go to bed, dream all night about different topics, and then wake up the next morning furious again about something that happened a day or two before.
Physical exertion just makes me tired and sore on top of being angry.
Despite all of those complaints, I do think there was a great deal of wisdom in the book. I saved many of those bits of inspiration for future mantras for my blog. Another interesting read from Osho, although I didn't find this one as enlightening as his Intuition text. Like other books, the text is composed of excerpts from Osho's many speeches and seems to be written in almost a free-verse style.
Osho examines anger, jealousy and fear, but almost half of the book is focused on anger. There were lots of illuminating tidbits and phrases, anecdotes, etc. I've Another interesting read from Osho, although I didn't find this one as enlightening as his Intuition text. Mar 28, Zsolt rated it it was amazing. At first, when I started reading, it was hard to understand, but as I dived deeper in the book, I started not just to understand it, but practice things that Osho mentioned in the book.
It helped me very much to understand the world of emotions and also it helped me to get on a path which lead me to learn behavior psychology. I can only recommend this book to those who feel that they are on an emotional roller coaster. While this book had some good points, it was a just too weird for me.
It referenced multiple religions, and sometimes in weird ways. Also at the end it gives many exercises that help the reader release certain emotions, but some of them were pretty strange. I wouldn't recommend this book unless you're really looking for something out of the ordinary. I think to read a book like this you have to be open to what it wants to tell you. To be honest, I did feel that some parts were useful, and others less so.
A couple of out of context quotes I quite enjoyed are: Aug 17, L rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Concise yet powerful. This book highlights some great wisdom in how we can address three of the most destructive emotions. There are some exercises at the end as well. Great read. I liked his detailed view of Anger and Fear but the exercises to practice releasing them didnt find them helpful at all.
No crei q un libro pudiera cambiar tanto mi forma de pensar Jan 19, Steven rated it did not like it Shelves: Dangerous BS. Sep 26, Mike Visser rated it really liked it Shelves: Inspirational and accessible for down-to-earth people like myself.
Great book It helped me with my anger management. Also a different prospective on love jealousy and fear. A must read. I recommend it. Nov 13, Nicolas LightWood rated it liked it. This book is very good to the people that need a help in their lifes. However for me, was one more book of personal superation. Sep 07, Amit added it. Superb book by Osho. I wish this was my first Osho book.
Its very helpful. Oct 04, Cody S. Green rated it liked it. Osho has always had a special place in my heart, as well as the well known Sadhguru.
I have learned so very much from both of them, and from this book. We are constantly told that being angry is bad and embarrassing and inappropriate, but it appears as though Osho does not see it this way. After reading this book I came to realize that I'm not such a screw up after all, and that it is true, all men and all women get angry, get jealous, get upset.
He tells us about the fact that this isn't necess Osho has always had a special place in my heart, as well as the well known Sadhguru.
He tells us about the fact that this isn't necessarily a negative thing, and that we can reform our hurt and negative energy into a useful tool, instead of just repressing it. I strongly would recommend books like this, and many works by Osho and by Sadhguru, to those of you who are struggling with anger management problems, depression, or just need help coping with life.
I truly enjoyed it. It transformed my natural intuition and I truly feel better about myself after reading it. I started this book because I felt that my emotions were too chaotic.
This will be one of those books that I will be picking up and reading repeatedly. Awareness is something that builds over time.
Overall; this book was exactly what I needed. What do I think? Do I even know, what I know, what I truly know? Osho has a way of having my mind so deeply confused, and yet profoundly awakened that it takes me days, months, even years to sit with his work. So brilliantly spoken, so intricately driven into my soul, awakening an awareness I can not ignore.
So, yes, I do know, and am willing to know how deep this rabbit hole goes of emotions, discovering my truths when it comes to anger, fear, and jealousy. Nov 05, Akhil Jain rated it it was amazing. My fav quotes not a review: If you are rational, really rational, you will become a scientist. If you are really emotional, you will become a poet.
These are beautiful things. Dec 27, Netta De beer rated it it was amazing.
I started this book 2 months ago I have learned so much I sometimes wish he could sit in front of me and just explanation his philosophy. Mar 04, Michele Saqui rated it it was amazing. OSHO is perfect for the ones who want to know more about themselves. This book is really great to understand better that what you feel is not wrong and you have to learn from it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers Also Enjoyed.
About Osho. During his lifetime he was viewed as a controversial new religious movement leader and mystic. In the s he traveled throughout India as a public speaker and was a vocal critic of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi, and Hindu religious orthodoxy.
Rajneesh emphasized the Rajneesh born Chandra Mohan Jain, 11 December — 19 January and latter rebranded as Osho was leader of the Rajneesh movement. Rajneesh emphasized the importance of meditation, mindfulness, love, celebration, courage, creativity and humor—qualities that he viewed as being suppressed by adherence to static belief systems, religious tradition and socialization.
In advocating a more open attitude to human sexuality he caused controversy in India during the late s and became known as "the sex guru". In , Rajneesh spent time in Mumbai initiating followers known as "neo-sannyasins". During this period he expanded his spiritual teachings and commented extensively in discourses on the writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world. In Rajneesh relocated to Pune, where an ashram was established and a variety of therapies, incorporating methods first developed by the Human Potential Movement, were offered to a growing Western following.
In , the Rajneesh movement's efforts refocused on activities in the United States and Rajneesh relocated to a facility known as Rajneeshpuram in Wasco County, Oregon. Almost immediately the movement ran into conflict with county residents and the state government, and a succession of legal battles concerning the ashram's construction and continued development curtailed its success.
In , in the wake of a series of serious crimes by his followers, including a mass food poisoning attack with Salmonella bacteria and an aborted assassination plot to murder U. Attorney Charles H. Turner, Rajneesh alleged that his personal secretary Ma Anand Sheela and her close supporters had been responsible. GOPNIKI gopnik the gopnik, plural "gopniki" or "gopota" are originally, russian lower class and by lower class i do not imply that there is a middle one youth from the criminal regions of moscow, who were controlled by the local mafias.
In s and s, developed into a youth subculture that opposed other subcultures such as the bikers, the punks, the KPSS, etc.
Their native language is mat, and they feed themselves through robberies, known as "gop stop" and small operations. They often assiciate themselves with the Skins, or the neo-nazimovements, and beat up asians, caucaus peoples, blacks, jews, and homosexuals, as well as their main enemies, the punks. Basically, they are trash with no past, culture, or education, and with a future that consists of Kutuzka slammer or the military, and later death from heroin , or liver cyrosis, like the rest of us.
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